Date: 12th November 2020
Michael Bay will direct the action thriller "Ambulance" with Jake Gyllenhaal in talks to star.
"Ambulance" is a remake of a 2005 film from Denmark about two brothers staging a robbery who steal an ambulance as their getaway vehicle all while there's a paramedic and a dying patient in the back.
Dylan O'Brien is reportedly in consideration for the younger brother, while Eiza Gonzalez may be the paramedic, but neither of them have made deals yet.
Plot details are being under tight wraps. The script has been written by Chris Fedak. James Vanderbilt, Bradley Fischer and Will Sherak are producing.
Ambulance would shoot in LA under Covid safety protocols, as with the Bay-produced pandemic thriller Songbird.
Endeavor Content is putting together a package for the film, which does not yet have a distributor. Bay hopes to begin filming in early 2021 and is searching for other actors.
Gyllenhaal's most recent films have been Spider-Man: Far From Home and the horror thriller Velvet Buzzsaw, while Bay launched 6 Underground last winter.
Source: Press Release
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